It is well known that employees will often fail to report wrongdoing by their employers in order avoid drawing any negative attention. Employees are often mysteriously fired after making a complaint or blowing the whistle on their employers. It is no mystery. It is retaliation and it is illegal.If It's Not Right, You Have to Fight!
At Martin & Martin, LLP, our lawyers work closely with the victims of retaliation every day, strongly advocating for their rights in disputes with employers. We work quickly to identify the best course of action in retaliation cases and fight aggressively for the rights of our clients.
Has your employer retaliated against you for doing the right thing? Not only is employer retaliation wrong, it's against the law. For a free initial consultation with one of our Atlanta retaliation attorneys, please call (404) 831-8721. Or feel free to contact us via e-mail to determine if you have a retaliation case.Are You a Victim of Retaliation?
While some cases of retaliation are obvious, others are more subtle. For instance, an employer may begin treating an employee poorly after they notify their intent to take leave under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) or in other cases, an employee will be terminated immediately before or after taking their leave of absence. An employer may also demote or terminate an employee after that employee has complained about discrimination or harassment or the employer's failure to pay minimum wage or overtime.
This retaliation is against the law and you could be entitled to hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost wages, punitive damages and attorney's fees. The only way to find out if you are entitled to this pay is to call Martin & Martin and find out.Don't Let Them Get Away With It
If it's not right, you have to fight! via e-mail our firm today to arrange your free initial consultation.